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AEROSMITH Rehearse For NFL Kick-Off Concert In D.C.: Photos Available

AEROSMITH rehearsed earlier today for their free concert Thursday night (September 4) at The National Mall, between the U.S. Capitol and the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. Check out pictures from Wire Image and Getty Images. Also scheduled to perform at the concert are BRITNEY SPEARS and MA...
September 4, 2003
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Review: KISS, AEROSMITH Aging With Grace

Mary Ethridge of The Beacon Journal reports that Dan Foley, 40, a police officer from Detroit, did his head-banging in 7-inch platform boots at the KISS/AEROSMITH concert at Blossom Music Center Wednesday night (September 3). "He was dressed in full KISS regalia, including the Kabuki-inspired face p...
September 4, 2003
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Review: KISS Dominates AEROSMITH In Hershey

Zachary Lewis of The Patriot-News reports that "KISS's music may be simple on paper, but performing it the way they do is an art no one else has mastered. "Smoke, bright lights, explosions, fire, dripping blood, levitating platforms — these are still a few of KISS's favorite things, even after 30 ye...
September 2, 2003
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GENE SIMMONS Celebrates 54th Birthday

KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons celebrated his 54th birthday on stage Monday (August 25) during the band's performance with AEROSMITH in Boston, Massachusetts. Check out the pictures here. ...
August 28, 2003
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Review: AEROSMITH's Power Leaves KISS Behind

Steve Morse of The Boston Globe reports that KISS had the gimmicky, arena-style pyrotechnics, but AEROSMITH had the true heat at this entertaining matchup of so-called rock superpowers Monday night (August 25) at the Tweeter Center. "As KISS singer Paul Stanley told the sold-out crowd, 'We got two m...
August 26, 2003
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Report: Old Bands Draw New Generation To Concerts

David Hinckley of the New York Daily News reports that this summer's top concert performers include such veteran acts as KISS, IRON MAIDEN, METALLICA, and DEF LEPPARD. "While they can still draw 5,000-15,000 fans a night, that number includes more than the now-middle-aged fans who remember when musi...
August 25, 2003
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KISS/AEROSMITH VIP Ticket Packages: Are They Worth It?

Gemma Tarlach of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that "in the emerging world of VIP concert tickets, four-digit price tags are not uncommon for packages that can include front row seats, a photo op with the band and even an autographed guitar. Like Internet pre-sales and dues-charging fan clu...
August 24, 2003
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AEROSMITH Make Impromptu Visit To Michigan Ice Cream Store

AEROSMITH delighted teenage fans during an unexpected visit to an ice cream shop, according to the Associated Press. Band members riding motorcycles stopped Wednesday to ask directions and get custard ice cream at Mr. C's Custom Cone in White Lake Township, Michigan, 45 miles northwest of Detroit. S...
August 22, 2003
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KISS, AEROSMITH Reschedule Detroit Gig, Shuffle Other Performances

KISS and AEROSMITH, who weren't able to play their Aug. 15 show at Detroit's Comerica Park because of last week's massive blackout, have rescheduled that concert for Sept. 7. In addition, they have moved the tour's Nashville-area show from Sept. 23 to Sept. 22 the Kansas City-area show from Sept. 25...
August 22, 2003
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AEROSMITH Bassist Discusses Blues Album, Power Failure

AEROSMITH bassist Tom Hamilton recently spoke to Pittsburgh Live about the band's upcoming blues CD, tentatively due in February 2004. "We've recorded an album's worth of material, most of it blues covers," Hamilton said. "Not just blues, but also sort of mid-'60s soul and English blues-pop. There's...
August 20, 2003
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TORI AMOS: 'GENE SIMMONS Is Scarier To Little Girls Than A Blackout'

Robert Cherry of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that singer Tori Amos shared her story of The Big Blackout during her performance at Tower City Amphitheater in downtown Cleveland's Flats Saturday night (August 16). Early in her set, the ivory-tickling chanteuse revealed that she had waited out t...
August 19, 2003
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Review: Can't-Miss KISS Outdoes AEROSMITH

David Lindquist of IndyStar.com reports that "in a highly anticipated clash of hard-rock titans, the big dumb fun of KISS trumped the sustained relevance of AEROSMITH on Sunday night (August 17) at Verizon Wireless Music Center. "The outcome may have surprised some in the audience of 22,110. "After...
August 18, 2003
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KISS/AEROSMITH: Detroit Show Canceled

The sold-out KISS/ AEROSMITH/ TED NUGENT/ SALIVA show that was scheduled to take place at Comerica Stadium in Detroit, Michigan Friday night (August 15) was canceled due to the power outage that crippled parts of the U.S. Midwest, Northeast and southern Canada. A make-up date may be announced at a l...
August 16, 2003
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AEROSMITH Singer To Be Honored At MAP AWARDS

The Musicians' Assistance Program will honor AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler, Jimmie Vaughan and John Branca at its 4th annual MAP Awards, Nov. 5 at the Beverly Hills Hotel, according to Hits Daily Double. The evening, hosted by Sharon Osbourne, will feature performances by Tyler and Vaughan as well...
August 13, 2003
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KISS/AEROSMITH: First Arena Tour Dates Announced

The first two dates for the KISS/AEROSMITH fall arena tour have been announced. They are as follows: Oct. 24 – Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Grand Garden Arena Oct. 25 – Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Grand Garden Arena KISS and AEROSMITH will wrap up their outdoor run in Devore, California, on October 18. The ...
August 11, 2003